Tags » Yohan Cabaye

'I was made for loving you my team, You were made for loving me'

French band Skip The Use (from Lille) had one task to do: make a great anthem for Euro 2016 and what did they do? Cover an old Kiss song  177 more words

Paul Pogba

Newcastle need to stop buying foreign players and buy British, says club legend

Newcastle United need to stop buying foreign players who don’t know the club’s history and are put off by the English weather, former midfielder Rob Lee has said. 531 more words

Football

English Premier League: 6 Midfielders Who Could Make Their Way to EPL Next Season

Azeem Siddiqui identifies six midfielder who could be on their way to the Premier League next season…

Top class midfielders are in high demand. Look no further than the clubs Barcelona, Real Madrid and other teams consider to be part of Europe’s elite who have been linked with playmakers in the transfer mill. 474 more words

Soccer

Rumour: Liverpool eye £15m transfer of Crystal Palace's Yohan Cabaye

Liverpool are reportedly working on a £15million transfer deal for Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye.

However, the Brentwood Gazette claims that the Reds’ pursuit of the Frenchman could be hijacked by Premier League rivals West Ham United. 79 more words

Football

Memorable Matchdays: Stoke City

Toon Times relives some of the better moments we’ve had down the years against the Potters. They may have beaten the Toon on 4 of the last 5 occasions at the Britannia, but we’ll ignore that fact! 484 more words

Newcastle United

Newcastle United have proved that splashing the cash won’t secure survival

Since arriving at St. James Park in the summer, Steve McClaren has overseen Newcastle United splashing the cash on nearly £80 million worth of players. However, despite outspending the whole of the Bundesliga in January, there is still a real threat of relegation for the Magpies, and they have proved that splashing the cash isn’t the way to keep them up. 327 more words

Football

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur Preview

Just over a year ago, Crystal Palace earned a hard fought comeback victory over Tottenham at Selhurst Park in what was Alan Pardew’s first game in charge. 999 more words

Sport